Australia and Vietnam: An agenda for economic cooperation in an era of geostrategic change

Australia and Vietnam: An agenda for economic cooperation in an era of geostrategic change
By Kyle Springer on 21 October 2020

South-East Asia | Economic Integration

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Australia and Vietnam have a well-developed toolkit for economic cooperation that has yet to be leveraged. Alongside a bilateral Strategic Partnership, both countries share membership in three significant multilateral trade agreements. These cooperative platforms have emerged at an opportune time where Vietnam is at a critical juncture in its growth, and has demonstrated leadership ambitions at regional and global levels.

This report by Senior Analyst Kyle Springer examines how Australia and Vietnam can use their economic cooperation toolkit to diversify their economic relations, shape the Indo-Pacific architecture, and solve problems like critical materials security.

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